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WCAU TV (CBS, Philadelphia)"What in the World?" #5 (1952 circa)

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This movie is part of the collection: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Films

Producer: WCAU TV (CBS, Philadelphia)
Audio/Visual: sound, b&w
Keywords: Game shows; Archaeology; Artifacts; Artifact identification; Rainey. Froelich; Cammann, Schuyler; Lipschitz, Jacques; Coon, Carleton


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Film Print of CBS-broadcasted television program, filmed at WCAU TV Studios.
"What in the World was the Museum's popular weekly half-hour television program which was first seen in 1951 and which ran for 14 years." Froelich Rainey, moderator; Carleton Coon, Jacques Lipchitz, and Schuyler Cammann, panelists.

Item#1
Wooden half man mask;(lower Yukon Valley) Alaska; used at ceremonial dances; collected in 1935 and said not to be much older than that; painted white with blue around the eyes (represent ghost)

Item#2
Marble sculpture; found in Northern Palestine; Hellenistic Period;

Item#3
Head piece made of reindeer antler and ivory of a mammoth; Siberia; mid 19th Century

Item#4
Wooden object; taboo sign; New Caledonia (island of Australia); late 19th century

Item#5
Goddess head; southern Iraq; 6th cent. BC; Neo-Babylonian Period

Item#6
Representations of a head (Aztec god) made of volcanic rock; Mexico, 15th century AD;


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